Mi Major General
- May 2, 2019
For sure. The EU puts the bar very high, sometimes too high. Nonetheless this has a cost on for local farmers that puts producers where things are not as strict in a better position. Certainly many places are happy to find this grain at a cheaper price."Vlcan noted that the mill has been banned from processing the grain and is expected to announce how the commodity will be disposed of. According to the minister, the options include incineration, processing in a biogas plant and further technical treatment."
Estimate of Acceptable Daily Intake for Man
0 - 0.01 mg/kg bw. vs
0.026 and 0.019 mg/kg respectively in the Slovakian test.
Just over and banned in 2020 pretty sure it not banned in some hungry place in the world but for the sake of rules.. a victory for the law and families, never mind if they starve.
I know we are heavily dependent on it, recently signed a deal with the EU so that will be interesting. A recent arrival bug called the fall worm would cause havoc without it.